These resources can help Head Start health services staff and others learn more about vision screening. They address evidence-based best practices for conducting screenings, communicating with families about screening and needed follow-up, and providing services to children with vision loss.
Eye injuries in children are common, but most are preventable. Review these tips on how to prevent eye injuries and respond properly when they happen.
Early childhood vision screening is key to identifying vision disorders and receiving needed treatment. This resource discusses vision screening and eye health for toddlers.
Screening, examination, treatment, and follow up, as well as family support are important parts of a child’s Early Head Start and Head Start health experience. Learn more about implementing a vision screening program.
These webinars discuss the importance of early vision screening. They also present tools you can use in your programs to support vision screening and eye health.
« Go to Hearing and Vision Screening
Last Updated: October 5, 2022